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I am a 37 years old with accepted refugee "ausweis F".I am here in Switzerland Since December 2006. I am working 100% since June 2011. I was married couple of months ago somewhere in Africa. My wife is still there.Is it possible now to ask for family unification? What are the requirements? What is the minimum salary I have to earn to apply for the union?
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Re: Family unification

Marriage after a grant of the F permit ( provisional or temporarily admitted refugee ) requires being able to meet Cantonal requirements for basic costs of livings ( Lebensbedarf ). Every Canton has free legal services for asylum seekers and refugees - they can advise you of the detailed breakdown of costs to be met before you can apply to bring your spouse over.

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Marriage after a grant of the F permit ( provisional or temporarily admitted refugee ) requires being able to meet Cantonal requirements for basic costs of livings ( Lebensbedarf ). Every Canton has free legal services for asylum seekers and refugees - they can advise you of the detailed breakdown of costs to be met before you can apply to bring your spouse over.

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Re: Family unification

No problems. Try:

Rechtsberatungsstelle für Asylsuchende Solothurn

http://www.heks.ch/de/schweiz/region...nde-solothurn/

http://www.refbejuso.ch/inhalte/migr...snothilfe.html


In Zürich, we have ZBA and Freiplatzaktion.
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